By Angharad Thompson Rees
Magic and Mage Series Episode 1
The mysterious Cheval triplets live a peaceful life in a secluded cottage on the edge of the Mystic Wood. Yet when their mother’s illness creeps her closer to death, the three sisters, Morganne, Amara, and Fae must leave their quiet sanctuary in search of a rare cure within the darkened forest.
But they are not the only ones lurking in the midnight shadows, so when fiendish witch hunters capture the sisters, their search for a cure turns into a desperate escape attempt. Their only hope rests with the exhausted, worn out horses pulling the cart to the witch trial, and the secrets the sisters keep locked in the deepest chambers of their hearts.
When they unleash the truth will it set them free, or send them closer to the burning witch pyres? Click on book cover to read a sample!
Author. Scriptwriter. Poet
Angharad Thompson Rees
Works in Progess
Magic and Mage Series
Some secrets are whispered, some are never told, but the ones that live in the heart – must be unleashed…
Find out how far one Cheval triplet is prepared to go to feel the touch of magic…
There are darker things than secrets. But can Fae handle the truth?
A Short Story
The Siren’s Curse
First published in Young Adult Lit Journal, The Passed Note
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